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The European Union’s amended Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive came into force on 26th May 2011. Most website owners, and web developers, will have missed this very significant change in the way websites can use the information they collect about their visitors.
Silktide have produced a great video explaining the new law – see bottom of the page
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Claiming your Google Place Page listing must be one of your number one actions if you are a local business this is true whether you have any other online presence or not.
Google Places started as Google Maps, but has now been embedded in Google Plus. It can be effective for generating online business when other options seem not to work. For instance IFAs and similarly competitive industries DO get…Read More...
Do you plan your online selling and marketing at the correct times, or do you think about Christmas online in December – if so you (like the majority of people with online shops etc) are way too late. This article aims to highlight the key dates in the annual calendar and to give you some guidelines to help you plan your lead times and activities that you need to…Read More...
Building Online Reputation
As Google matures its search algorithm (the formula and criteria that it uses the spider and catalogue websites) then online marketers have to adapt. You should not see Google Panda and Penguin as single events. Both projects continue to develop and get improved, so updates will occur at regular intervals. Increasingly Google is using social signals in its search ranking algorithm. Alongside this other aspects of search,…Read More...
“I have been told by one of the “new wave” social media gurus in our area that now that Google use social media activity as part of its ranking formula (algorithm) then using social media is a no-brainer. After all you can get a post on Page 1 of Google using social media. So no more SEO for me. You really must listen to Gemma (not her real name)…Read More...
As we all know Google is constantly changing its algorithm, with the aim to produce better results for those searching for information on the web. On the opposite side of the search ranking game are site owners who want to optimise their site to get more traffic. One of the long term ways has been to build links back to your website. However, Google Panda and Google Penguin have…Read More...
Seths are an independent firm of Estate Agents in Leicester. They are Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents who have been established since 1970. They aim to provide the highest standards of professionalism, so that their client’s property is marketed to the full.
They have 2 eye-catching offices that are located in prominent positions. Using a blend of cutting edge technology, friendly and professional…Read More...
Google published a Blog post to announce the 39 changes that it made to its search engine in May 2012. Not all changes affect your website, some of the changes affect the searchers’ experience. Out of those 39 changes we think that only 5 have an affect that website owners need to take note of:
One of the problems with You Tube has been that it is hard to track visitors. Good news, YouTube Analytics now provides not only a quick overview but you can see more detailed reports. This allows you to track and analyse your audience with some more reliable statistics . YouTube Creator Playbook has also been updated – we are starting to see the Google influence on making…Read More...
The Internet can be a great place to use for press releases. This can be useful to drive some traffic to your site, promote your business or to help with SEO. Here is a list of over 150 Press Release sites:
For a long time there have been promises, rumours and stories that Google would launch a Premium version of its well-used Google Analytics. Rather than being a small upgrade, it appears to be aimed at companies and organisations that need to manipulate large volumes of data for analysis.
For a long time Google Analytics has been a catch-all and has lacked much of the oomph required by top-level users….Read More...